I Can See Tomorrow: A Guide for Living with Depression

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Hazelden Publishing, 2000 - Self-Help - 305 pages
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Revised and updated - an invaluable volume for those suffering from depression * Answers common questions such as: is it really depression? Who can I talk to about this? Where can I find help? What's the use anyway? * Includes up-to-date information on recognizing, understanding, and treating depression * Offers new information on medications, an updated appendix on common medications, and an expanded chapter on depression and the family * Discusses psychotherapy and antidepressants, and includes moving stories of recovery and hope * 2nd edition updated and revised - core stock for every health and psychology section Thoughtful, respectful and thorough, I Can See Tomorrow helps readers who have started to recognize signs of depression. Since dealing with depression is not solely a do-it-yourself project, this book's purpose is to provide a sound starting point for the journey out of depression. The author introduces the reader to a balanced, integrated treatment approach, one that addresses biological, psychological, and social factors. The result is a practical volume that can serve as a self-help book or as an adjunct to professional treatment
 

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Contents

Foreword by Bert Pepper M D
1
What Is Depression?
7
Who Has Depression?
35
What Causes Depression?
45
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Patricia Owen, PhD, holds a doctorate in health care administration and has published numerous articles on chemical dependency.

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